[QUOTE=luigi53a;2217684]Let me trace my steps.
My 1st step is to copy the file and to mount it onto Daemon Tools.
2nd, I locate the largest m2ts file
3rd, I open HDBDSplit, add the m2ts file and set it to 4400
4th I create and select the destination folder
5th, I split it and after its gone past two parts, I stop it.
6th, I open TSMuxerGUI, go to the destination folder and select part 1.
7th, I was randomly selecting a video file but thanks to your screen shot, I now know where to find the right file. As far as audio is concerned I’l either select a 6 channel AC3 file or select them all.
Also, thanks to your screen shot, I see that I was skipping a step. I’ve been clicking the Create BluRay Disk option in the output screen where I see you have the TS Muxing clicked. Is that done 1st? I just thought to click on BluRay as the output and figured thats what muxing was doing…converting the m2ts file to a BluRay format through muxing.
On the splitting, I agree that I need to split to smaller units and I’ve been doing that but I just keep getting data disks and non-playable disks. Only once did I get a pure video image but no sound. That’s when I selected TrueHD. So, have I discovered a missed step in not hitting the TS Muxing first and then the BluRay option? Thanks for hanging in ther…as they say, a picture is worth a 1,000 words.[/QUOTE]
No missing step on your part, you were correctly outputting to Bluray format, my screenshot was only for the purpose to show you where to see the resolution.
Not sure why you’re player is continuing to see the discs as data?? Done this numerous times with every one showing as AVCHD discs on my Sony BDP-BX1.
When you load the full remuxed ‘folder’ into IMGBurn, does it show that there is 9 folders and 14 files??
or are you only loading the m2ts file itself?
EDIT: if you were to put those discs that your Sony sees as data discs inyo your PC drives… what do they show up as?